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Welcome to CyberHawaii!

An affiliate of CyberUSA

We’re committed to a whole community approach that will help to:

  • Mitigate cyber risks
  • Develop educational and workforce pathways for students
  • Invest in innovation and economic development for a cyber secure and resilient Hawaii.

2nd Annual Hawaii Cybersecurity Conference

The 2nd Annual Hawaii Cybersecurity Conference is an information sharing event intended to help Hawaii’s varied communities be better informed and better prepared against online criminals.

This conference will bring together Hawaii based organizations as well as individual consumers and students to learn from a variety of federal and state agencies about how to better prepare against cyber threat actors.

The event will be held over two days, June 26 and 27.

Hawaii Cyber Security Conference

The Cyber Leadership Program

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To be able to stay abreast of the most current cybersecurity threats cybersecurity leadership is essential for companies of all sizes.  Leadership can come from a dedicated person, such as a Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) or from another leader in the company who has information security as one of his or her job responsibilities.

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Hui o Hawaii – Hawaii is Home

Join a network of companies, recruiting to fill defense economy positions, and individuals, seeking those opportunities.

Hawaii’s Future is Cyber Secure

Cyber security is one of our nation’s most significant concerns.  The U.S. Department of Defense’s establishment of Cyber as a war-fighting combatant command is a telling statement about our nation’s need to play both offense and defense in the protection of our national security.

Cyber risks affect all aspects of our lives from utilities (power & water), telecommunications, fuel, health care, transportation and financial services. Cyber-attacks can cripple state and county governments, as well as Hawaii’s main industries – tourism, defense and construction.

Hawaii is becoming a growing force in cybersecurity startups and leadership. The strong military presence in the state of Hawaii has been a driving factor for the cybersecurity public and private sector. With support from the University of Hawaii and the Future Focus conference, this CyberHawaii annual event bring top cybersecurity leaders and attendees together to create a future for cyber security.